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To submit an artist opportunity, please send an email to [email protected] with name, deadline, description and contact for more information.


Arts Mid-Hudson Community Galleries

Arts Mid-Hudson curates pop-up art exhibits in office buildings, restaurants, and other venues.  This is a great opportunity for artists to display and sell their work, and we invite all artists to submit artworks. There is no entry fee, but we encourage artists to become a member of Arts Mid-Hudson. This is a rolling review process with no deadline. 

You can become an Arts Mid-Hudson member here:

Additional considerations:

  • Work must be suitable for the gallery
  • All visual artistic mediums are eligible, 2-D and 3-D
  • Artists are responsible for delivering/shipping work to specified locations.
  • Arts Mid-Hudson will take every caution with the artwork, however, artists must provide their own insurance if desired.
  • Arts Mid-Hudson commission on work sold as a result of the exhibition will be 25%.
  • If hanging work, the works must have wires securely fastened on back. If work is unframed, work will be hung with binder clips

Please submit your work using this online application:
Questions? Please contact Arts Mid-Hudson here:
Phone: (845) 454-3222 | Email: [email protected]

Greenwich International Film Festival
Be a part of the Greenwich International Film Festival! The 2020 Festival will showcase 30 films and we want yours! This year’s focus is Knowledge Is Power.
We are looking for narrative and documentary features that highlight important issues for our Social Impact category. One talented filmmaker will take home our $10,000 Social Impact Award. Another filmmaker will take home our $1,000 Connecticut Short Film category Award, which includes narrative and documentary shorts that were either made by a Connecticut resident, or were filmed in Connecticut. We are also offering a $1,000 Audience Award this year, which is open to narrative and documentary features. 
Submit your work today!
Dec 6-8 at 11 Jane St. Art Center, Saugerties NY.
A fun show about the mess of so called “Art”.
Open to all!

Deadline: December 7th

We offer $3,000 in cash prizes and publication in our upcoming Compilation Art Book – Infected by Art Volume 8. Artworks voted on by our jury will be selected for the book. We are looking for the very best in Imaginative Realism artworks, i.e. science fiction, fantasy, horror, etc. Traditional and Digital painting, Drawing and Sculpture are all acceptable mediums. Open to All Artists. Entry Fee. Details: 440-463-7240 OR OR [email protected]

Artist Opportunity! RoCA's Affordable Art & Pottery Bazaar

Artists Wanted!

Rockland Center for the Art’s Affordable Art and Pottery Bazaar

December 8-21, 2019

50/50 Split

  • Artists receive 50% of the sale price (but donations are welcome)
  • items should be priced reasonably ($25-$150)
  • Contact RoCA for the forms at (845) 358-0877

Forms also available on our website:

LA Metro Artist's Pool

LA Metro commissions artists to create artworks that improve the transit customer experience and contribute to the artistic vibrancy of the communities they serve. Metro invites visual artists to be considered for new artist opportunities.

Online submissions must be completed via SlideRoom by 11:59 pm (PST) on December 9, 2019.

Artist Opportunities

  • The Artist Pool will be one of the primary methods for inviting artists to apply for future Metro art opportunities.
  • Opportunities include artwork integration within the built environment and short-term exhibitions in media, such as lightboxes, posters and construction phase banners.
  • Inclusion in the Artist Pool does not guarantee a commission.


  • Professional artists working in two- and three-dimensional media at all career stages that are interested in creating art for the public realm.  Prior public art experience is not a requirement.
  • Artists who are legally authorized to work in the United States (per U.S. Department of Labor).
  • Metro employees and contractors are not eligible.

About Metro Art
For more information about the Metro Art program, projects in the works, tours, events, publications and artist opportunities: |

Interested artists are encouraged to learn more about Metro Art and the 2020 Artist Pool by visiting


Deadline: December 9th

Our theme is ‘The Censor’. You can interpret this in any way you wish – it could represent censoring of the past, present and future; the self; the state; or the effects of censorship on everyday life. As a provocation we hope our theme can provide a rich vein of storytelling inspiration for anyone wishing to take part in the competition. No Entry Fee. Details:

Mid-Hudson Civic Center - 2019 Holiday Craft Fair

Before Submitting Application

To avoid duplication of products, please email images of your work to [email protected] prior to submitting this application. You will benoti ed within 10 days advising if we havean available booth for your work.

Submitting Application

• E-mail: Email your filled out form to: [email protected]

• In person: Drop off the filled out form to the Mid-Hudson Civic Center Box Office during business hours (10am–5:30pm, M–F).

• Via snail mail: Please send the filled out form to: Attn: Craft Fair/Mid-Hudson Civic Center, 14 Civic Center Plaza, PoughWinter_CraftFair2019_Applicationkeepsie, New York 12601.

Vendor Info

All vendors will receive free parking in the parking structure directly across from the entrance to the Mid-Hudson Civic Center. Load in assistance will be available during allotted load in times two days prior to event. Complimentary coffee & tea will beavailable from 11am–3:00pm.

Booth Info

Please note: sharing booths is prohibited.Single booth = 8′ x 10′
Double booth = 8′ x 20′


This event is free & open to the public!


Advertising for this event will begin Sep-tember, 2019, in local magazines, newspa- pers and websites. We ask for your help in creating a successful event by helping with he following:

• Photos: Promotional material will be created from pictures of actual works fromour 2019 Holiday Craft Fair vendors. Pleasee-mail your best images at a high resolution,a DPI of 300 or higher.

• Posters/Flyers: This year, you canrequest promotional posters/ yers to dis- tribute throughout your personal network.

• Facebook Event: A facebook event will be created. Please share this event on your page.


Call Lydia (845) 454-5800 x1202. Thank you!

River Pool at Beacon - Student Volunteers Needed!

Volunteers needed! River Pool at Beacon is looking for young creative people to participate in the River Pool at Beacon Youth Alliance where artists, musicians, dancers individuals of different talents and skills can become stewards of the Hudson River by using their gifts to advocate for River Pool at Beacon. There is a free introductory meeting on Sunday December 15th from 11-12:30 (refreshments will be served) and all are invited to attend. RSVP at this link:

Call for Artists - AKC Museum of the Dog


AKC Museum of the Dog



New York, New York

Opportunity Type

Call for Entry/Open Call

Application Fee

$60.00 – includes one year of membership to the AKC Museum of the Dog

Application Deadline



This February, the AKC Museum of the Dog will be hosting a Members Only pop-up exhibition showcasing the artistic talent within our community called Dog Days of Winter. Anyone currently enrolled in a membership program is encouraged to submit their art for consideration—this includes all membership levels and types. If you’re a non-member and wish to submit your work, never fear! Memberships start at $60 and you can join at any time during the entry period—which runs from October 31st to January 3rd—in order to submit your work.

This exhibition will be juried. Individual Members are allowed one submission. Family/Dual and all higher levels of Membership are allowed up to four submissions.

Application Instructions / Public Contact Information

To submit your work to be considered for Dog Days of Weekend members showcase, you must be a member of the Museum. To become a member, visit our website or contact Molly Marcotte at [email protected].

Guidelines for Juried Artwork Submission:

-Anyone currently enrolled in a membership program will be encouraged to submit their work – this will include ALL membership levels and types.

-Individual Members are allowed one submission.

-Family/Dual Members and all higher levels of Membership are allowed up to 4 submissions.

-Member Libraries who wish to participate will field submissions for their patrons and submit the top 4.

-Any non-members who wish to submit must become a member in order to submit their art.

-20 submissions will be chosen and featured on our third floor gallery.

-All other submissions that are not selected will be featured on our Community Wall.

-All mediums welcome with a size limitation of 25″ x 30″.

-All artists will be responsible for getting their own pieces to the Museum no later than January 17, 2020.

-Museum will not be responsible for framing any artworks that will be displayed, nor is the Museum responsible for any damage that may occur to a piece.

Call for Local Artists - Rent JJ Newberry Windows
Call for Local Artists – Rent JJ Newberry Windows
Email [email protected] Subject line : JJ NEWBERRY WINDOW send an image of your work, which month and which window you’d prefer.$200 per month per window begins Dec 5 – Jan 5. One month rentals. May share window with other artists. (First month now spoken for. Next Month available is Jan 6- Feb 6) Facebook Event Link:
Annual Juried Fine Art Exhibition: Time

Annual Juried Fine Art Exhibition: Time

DeadlineMon Jan 06, 2020, starts: Sat Feb 08, 2020

LocationBAU Gallery, 506 Main Street Beacon, NY 12508

ENTRY FEE: $30 for 3 entries 


Artists within 70 miles of Beacon may apply- Theme-TIME: BAU is interested in a broad range of interpretations of the theme.

Time: the continuum of experience in which events pass from future to present to past. How does one experience TIME? A particular occasion, a good time, a bad time, history, events of the day, visionary future, an instance of something happening or being done, mark making, measuring, movement… Interpretations are only limited by your vision of the theme “TIME”

Artists working in all fine art media are invited to apply.

Wall-mounted pieces must be prepared and ready for hanging and no larger than 36? X 36?. Free-standing pieces may not exceed 32? X 32? X 48? or weigh more than 75 lbs.

Accepted work must be hand delivered/picked up and cannot be substituted. The work must be available for the duration of the exhibit. Please contact BAU Gallery via email at [email protected] with questions and concerns before you apply. The gallery has the right to refuse any work that is damaged or different from the accepted photo submissions.

Wassaic Project - Open Call for Summer Exhibition

Deadline: January 8, 2020

Wassaic Project Open Call for our Summer Exhibition for artists of all mediums — 2D, sculpture, video, new media, performance, site-specific pieces, etc. Every May through October, Wassaic Project hosts the work of over 60 artists in our Summer Exhibition.  If selected, your work would be showcased alongside a diverse range of pieces and performances in and around historic Maxon Mills. It is free and open to the public every weekend from May 23 through September 19, 2020.

Applications are run through our SlideRoom portal. Notification of acceptance will occur within 60 days of the application due date. Accepted applicants will have 7 days to commit to the exhibition.

About Wassaic Project:

Wassaic Project exists to provide a genuine and intimate context for art making. We hope to strengthen local community by increasing social and cultural capital through inspiration, promotion, and creation of contemporary visual and performing art.

Wassaic Project cultivates and supports community for emerging and professional contemporary artists, writers and other creatives. Housed in historic, landmark buildings, the residency program offers nine artists each month the opportunity to live and work in the heart of a rural community. The Wassaic Project seeks artists working in a diverse range of media who want to produce, explore, challenge, and expand on their current art-making practices, while participating in a community-based arts organization.


Applicants are evaluated by our Co-Directors — Eve, Bowie, and Jeff — and our Residency Director, Will. Artists are selected based on the quality of the work and how well a given piece fits alongside other pieces selected for the show.

Don’t overthink this — there’s no one thing we’re looking for, and we’re always open to creative new uses of Maxon Mills as an exhibition space.


Contact info

CV or publication list (3 pages max)

Project proposal


$20 application fee


We accept three types of proposals for our 2020 Summer Programming: ready-to-hang work, site-specific installations, and temporary installations/performances. Your application can include multiple proposals.

For all proposals, include:

  • A formal description of the work you would like to show

  • A three-sentence conceptual description of the work you would like to show or your artistic practice more generally.

  • A note about any special circumstances you anticipate around the installation of your work. We have limited equipment available, so we need to know in advance if you require anything specific.

For ready-to-hang work proposals:

Please outline any special circumstances you anticipate around the installation of your work. We have limited equipment available, so we need to know in advance if you require anything specific.

For site-specific installation proposals:

Please include completed past works, drawings and/or style references, and explain how the piece will look or function.

Artists interested in creating a site-specific installation for the 2020 Summer Exhibition are also eligible for an Exhibitions Fellowship to help realize their work. Up to five fellows will be offered a fee-free residency from May 2 to May 31, 2020, and will be considered full participants in our Summer Residency program.

No separate application is needed for the Exhibitions Fellowship, and acceptance of the fellowship — should it be offered — is entirely optional. Artists interested in making site-specific work for the exhibition should still apply regardless of whether or not they are interested in or able to be in residence in May.

For temporary installations or performances for the Summer Festival Program:

Please explain how the piece will look or function.


Provide 1 to 10 work samples, including title, year, medium, and dimensions, and anything else we should know.

Size requirements: images, up to 5MB each; video, up to 250MB each; audio, up to 30MB each; PDFs, up to 10MB each

If your work is time-based or has video documentation, you may also link to media from YouTube, Vimeo and SoundCloud.

Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild - Dimensions Variable
DROP OFF DATE: MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 2020, 10:30 am – 7:00 pm
Pick Up Dates: Sunday, February 16, 6:00 – 7:00 pm and Tuesday, February 18, 10:30 am – 7:00 pm
1. Dimensions Variable is open to all current members. Those wishing to join or renew their membership can do so at drop off, or online by clicking the “Become a Member” button above.
2. Spatial limits per artist are 48” high x 48” wide x 12” deep. Artists may submit one artwork (two- or three-dimensional) up to that size. This is a change from previous years: our membership has increased dramatically (good for us!!!) and being able to fit two works per artist has become very challenging.
3. All work must have been created within the last 5 years.
4. All work must be for sale (no NFS). Prices should include 40% commission to Byrdcliffe.
5. All artists must submit a signed Exhibition Agreement* (see link below).
6. If submitting jewelry, you must bring your own display case, please.
7. All work to be hung must be wired securely and ready to hang. Wet work will not be accepted.
8. Works left beyond appointed pick-up dates will incur a $5 storage fee per day.
We are looking for volunteers to help with the following (please contact [email protected] to sign up):
1. Receive works on drop-off day, Monday, January 13, between 11:00 am and 7:00 pm.
2. Sign artworks out on pick-up day, Tuesday, February 18, between 10:30 am and 7:00 pm.
Arts Mid-Hudson - Call for Artists & Poets
Deadline: January 29, 2020
Arts Mid-Hudson seeks poetry and visual art submissions for inclusion in the upcoming exhibition,
Poets Respond to Art, which will be on view at Arts Mid-Hudson’s gallery March 27 – April 26, 2020. Selected visual art submissions will be compiled and made available to the selected poets; poets will then choose one of the art pieces to respond to through their work. The poems and artwork will be displayed together in the final exhibit.
Eligibility: Artists and Poets must primarily reside in Dutchess, Orange, Ulster, Columbia, Greene, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, or Westchester Counties in New York State.
  • Deadline: January 29, 2020
  • Notification of acceptance: February 14, 2020
  • Artwork made available to poets: February 14, 2020
  • Poems due to Arts Mid-Hudson by email: March 17, 2020
  • Drop off for visual artists: March 23, 2020
  • Opening Reception: March 27, 2020
  • Closing Art Brunch: April 26, 2020
Details for poets:
Details for visual artists:
  • Artists may submit up to three art pieces for consideration. If selected, these pieces must be available for the duration of the exhibit.
  • Artworks may not exceed 17 inches in width.
  • All visual artistic mediums are eligible, 2-D and 3-D (sculpture).
  • There is no specific theme or prompt for visual artists. The selection committee will seek a variety of work to inspire participating poets.
  • If works are wall hung they must have wires securely fastened on the back.
  • Work must be suitable for the gallery at the discretion of the selection committee and Arts Mid-Hudson.
  • All submissions will be accepted using this online form:
  • Arts Mid- Hudson will take every caution with the artwork, however, artists must provide insurance if desired.
  • Arts Mid-Hudson receives a 25% commission on sale of artworks
Questions? Please contact Lilia Pérez, Grants and Programs Manager: Phone: (845) 454-3222 | Email: [email protected]
Superfine! Art Fair | NYCx3 2020

Superfine! Art Fair | NYCx3 2020

There’s a better way to create a Manhattan audience for your art.

Location: lower Manhattan

Fair Dates: April 22 – 26, 2020; April 29 – May 2, 2020; May 5 – 9, 2020

Application Deadline: March 4, 2020. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, so we recommend you apply significantly in advance!

About Superfine! Art Fair:

We provide top quality attendees primed to purchase, gallery-level exhibit space, extensive marketing support + training. At our last show in NYC, 23% of attendees purchased art in a fun, intimate atmosphere. We deliver these results by spending $50K+ per fair on hyper-targeted social media ads to help you connect with your next great collector sooner. Connect with us today to jet-fuel your global art expansion.

About NYCx3:

Superfine! NYCx3 is a revolutionary new art fair concept built in harmony with lower Manhattan’s high-roller real estate market. Instead of one five day fair, we’re programming three consecutive fairs in a strategic lower Manhattan locale next spring. The triple focus on women artists, contemporary surrealists, and LGBTQI+ artists plays out in the overarching themes: (wo)man, myth, and Magick. In keeping with the themed program, each fair will be limited to no more than 60 exhibitors for a highly curated experience.

“Superfine! has been a life-changing experience that throttled my career and created so many new relationships with artists, collectors, curators, galleries and journalists that I still benefit from to this day.”

— Sean Christopher Ward, exhibiting artist

NYCx1: (wo)man | 4.22-4.26.2020

The female perspective arrives at the forefront in the fair that launches NYCx3, with a focus on women artists taking their art to the next level.

NYCx2: myth | 4.29-5.2.2020

Surrealist ideas and modern mythology provide the backdrop for a diverse fair comprised of artists at the cutting edge of new contemporary art.

NYCx3: Magick | 5.5-5.9.2020

A celebration of all things queer: Magick embodies LGBTQI and ally artists representing the queer global experience in a broad range of styles and media.

A whole year of exhibitions in a weekend.

Connect with 5-7,000 motivated, art-hungry New Yorkers during each five day fair.

~25% of our visitors make a significant ($100-$2,500+) art purchase.

More than 50% of our exhibiting artists receive major media coverage.

Make art. Sell art. We do the rest.

Meet your next collectors in a friendly, welcoming space: the ideal environment to discover, collect, and sell art.

Innovative cost-saving and cost-spreading financing options that work with every artist’s budget to make exhibiting and selling a reality.

Serious opportunities for features in Superfine!’s earned (press + PR), owned (website, blog, and social), and paid (advertising) media.

Note: Superfine! takes no commission on any artwork sold either in person at the fair or via our online E-Fair.

You’re the art-making expert. We’re the art-marketing experts.

The smartest and most sophisticated marketing engine in the industry: we get the eyes you want in front of your work. Our audience is 26-45, affluent ($120k+/year), and buying art now.

We’re top drawer: a professional, courteous, and knowledgeable team of experts guiding you every step of the way. Exhibit and sell your work, and gain champions of your career.

Lead-up webinars and curatorial guidelines geared towards success. Take what you learn with you and make it work for you year-round.


Marble House Project Artist Residency
Deadline: December 9th
Marble House Project is a multidisciplinary artist residency program that fosters collaboration and the exchange of ideas, by providing an environment for artists across disciplines to live and work together. The residency integrates sustainable practices, including small-scale organic food production and waste conservation. Residents sustain their growth by engaging with the grounds while working on their artistic practice. Marble House Project is founded on the belief that the act of creating, whether in the studio or in nature, is how human potential expands and community thrives. Marble House Project accepts approximately 60 residents and is open to artists living in the United States and abroad. Residencies run from April through October, scheduled into six three-week residencies and one two-week family-friendly residency for artists with children. Each session accommodates eight artists and is specifically curated to bring together a diverse group of creative workers, to maximize potential for collaboration and dialogue while in residence and beyond. All residents live together in the historic, eight-bedroom Manley-Lefevre house, a communal space organized around responsibilities-sharing systems which highlight sustainability and community. All residents will be paired and asked to cook for shared dinners three times over the course of their residency, Monday-Friday. A substantial amount of the food we provide comes from our organic garden, which also serves as a space for gathering and an educational tool. Residents are invited to help with planting, harvesting, and maintenance. While not required, our hope is that you will spend some time in the garden alongside your studio practice. Each session culminates with ART SEED, our public open house weekend event. Artists are invited to share their work with our community through artist talks, readings, performances, and open studios and a farm to table evening. Marble House Project provides private bedrooms, food, private studio space, and artist support. We are not able to cover costs related to travel or materials. Once accepted, there is no fee to attend the residency. Applications are accepted in all creative fields including but not limited to writing, dance and choreography, performance, music composition and sound, film and video, visual arts, and culinary arts. Applications are reviewed by a jury of alumni, staff, and outside experts, and artists are selected based on quality of work, commitment to practice, and project description. Please choose the application that best describes your work. Two artists may apply together as a collaborative, and should complete one application. Within each application you will be asked to select the session dates best for you. You may choose the family friendly residency only if you will be bringing your children. Family friendly applicants may select additional dates if willing to attend without your children.
Humanities New York

Reading & Discussion Applications are Due Monday, December 9th for a Spring 2020 program!

Open to any tax-exempt organization in New York State, Humanities New York’s Reading & Discussion Programs bring together community members for a series of thematically-linked, text-based conversations about important ideas. Sixteen themes are available:

  • Votes for Women!: 2020 will mark the centennial of women’s suffrage in the United States. As part of Humanities New York’s slate of programming marking the centennial, we are proud to offer this Reading & Discussion series focused on the decades-long fight for women’s suffrage in New York and beyond.
  • Place and Story: Examine the natural world that surrounds us, from New York to the West, in this series developed and introduced by award-winning author and environmentalist Rick Bass. Through poetry, fiction, and journalism, readers will engage with perspectives that capture the complicated relationship Americans have with the land and living things around them.
  • The Vietnam War: NEW! The Vietnam War remains a searing chapter in our national story, and the social conflicts the war sparked continue to blaze. What was the cost of not examining the war more thoroughly or cogently, what are scholars saying about it now, and what can we gain from discussing it today? Read the memoirs, journalism, and fiction of the era in this timely discussion series. 
  • Your Silence Will Not Protect You: Audre Lorde: Explore the life and work of Audre Lorde, one of the foremost poets of the 20th century. Through the richness of Lorde’s work, participants can engage in discussion about the meanings of race, gender, and sexuality in American society. NOTE: Facilitators for this theme must attend a day-long training at HNY’s Manhattan offices in January. Travel expenses will be paid for those coming from outside New York City.
  • American Politics and Community Today:  What does it mean to be an American in the 21st century? What does a model American do, and what responsibilities do Americans have to their communities and each other? This theme engages with these questions and others regarding politics and the current state of civic thought, feeling, and participation.
  • Reaching for the American Dream: Pulitzer-Winning Novels:  Through five Pulitzer winning novels, this series looks at how authors have depicted the striving to better oneself and achieve the American dream – and how, despite our efforts, we often end of up unfulfilled or clashing with other elements of society.
  • James Baldwin’s America:  More than any other American author, James Baldwin speaks to both the promise and failures of American democracy. This R&D series provides citizens throughout New York State the opportunity to engage in substantive conversations about race and American society through Baldwin’s writings. NOTE: Facilitators for this theme must attend a day-long training at HNY’s Manhattan offices in January. Travel expenses will be paid for those coming from outside New York City.
  • In Cold Blood: True Crime, An American Genre: It’s been 53 years since Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood was first published. With the resurgence of True Crime, take a look back at some of the most terrible crimes in American history – and explore how past writers thoughtfully illuminated such acts. 
  • The Serious Side of Food: With books selected by noted restaurant critic and former HNY board member Mimi Sheraton, this series explores the complex, often overlooked personal, social, and cultural relationships we have with food, from the politics of food production to diet fads.
  • Our World Remade: World War I: Delve into the tragic and transformative events of “war to end all wars” through literature, poetry, and historical documents. 
  • Serving: Standing Down: Provides participants the opportunity to reflect on military service as well as the challenges and opportunities of transitioning from active duty to civilian life. Any tax-exempt organization in New York State can apply to host Serving: Standing Down, but Veteran-Serving Organizations (VSOs) are especially encouraged to do so. 
  • Growing & Aging: How does our perception of ourselves transform as we grow older? In what ways does aging change how we view others? How has the concept of “age” changed over time?
  • Lincoln on the Civil War: This series uses Selected Speeches, a volume of nine addresses delivered over the course of Lincoln’s political career, to explore issues of freedom, civic duty, slavery, and the Constitution.
  • Making Sense of the Civil War: This series explores different facets of the Civil War experience, informed by reading the words written or spoken by powerful voices from the past and present.
  • Muslim Journeys: Explore the diverse experiences and perspectives of Muslims around the world through literature and memoir.
  • Serving: Why and how do we choose to serve others? What is the relationship between those who serve and those who are served? If we serve, what sustains and renews us?

How to Apply

You choose a theme, decide how many sessions to hold, and find a local scholar to facilitate the discussions. After you’re awarded the program, you then select readings from our themed book lists that work best for your community. The book lists can be found on HNY’s website. 

Applications to host a Spring series are due Monday, December 9, 2019. Humanities New York trains your scholar-facilitator and pays him or her an honorarium of $150 per session. Host sites agree to pay a session fee of $25 per session; a limited number of waivers are available. Sites have the option of borrowing texts from HNY. Spring series must be scheduled between January and June 2020.  

You can apply here. Humanities New York requires registration and application through our online system.

Please note, HNY does not formally pair host organizations with scholar-facilitators. If you are interested in facilitating one of these programs, you are encouraged to reach out to potential host organizations in your community, telling them about the program and how it works. Interested scholar-facilitators are welcome to sign up for one of the informational webinars. Humanities New York only accepts applications from host organizations.

Learn More

Take a look at our R&D Programs webpage. If you have questions, call or email Senior Program Officer Adam Capitanio ([email protected] / 212-233-1131).

Residencies for local public school teachers!

Saltonstall is pleased to offer two special residencies in 2020 for local public school teachers in Tompkins County. These 5-day, 4-night residencies are designed as an artistic retreat for teachers with an active practice in any literary or visual arts discipline.

Two sessions offered:

  • February 15 – 19 (winter recess)
  • April 4 – 8 (spring recess)

It’s free … and it’s a lottery!

The residencies are free to attend. Five teachers will be selected through a lottery system for each residency. There is no jurying involved. Overnight stays are encouraged but not mandatory. Chef-prepared dinners are served and groceries are provided. The stunning 200-acre colony is located eight miles East of downtown Ithaca in the Ellis Hollow neighborhood.

Who is eligible?

Teachers working in the following districts are eligible for these special residencies: Dryden, Groton, Ithaca, Lansing, Newfield, and Trumansburg

Put your name in the hat by December 15

We ask that teachers fill out a simple application by Sunday, December 15, 2019.

For more information and to apply, click here

Parent Residency Grant - Women's Studio Workshop

Parent Residency Grant

The Parent Grant is a four-week residency for an artist with at least one dependent child under the age of 18. Artists may choose to work in any of our studio disciplines: intaglio, letterpress, papermaking, screenprinting, photography, or ceramics.

This grant includes a $1450 childcare stipend, up to $250 for travel costs, free onsite housing, and 24/7 studio access. WSW can also provide technical advice and production assistance.

Applications due: January 15, midnight
Notification date: March 15
Residency length: 4 weeks

2020 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowships

Deadline to Apply: January 22, 2020

New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is now accepting applications for 2020 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowships in Craft/Sculpture, Digital/Electronic Arts, Nonfiction Literature, Poetry, and Printmaking/Drawing/Book Arts. These $7,000 unrestricted cash awards are made to individual originating artists living and working in the state of New York. They are not project grants and are intended to fund an artist’s vision or voice regardless of their level of artistic development. In 2019, NYFA awarded a total of $661,000 to 98 artists.

NYFA only accepts applications online via

Open Call for All Creative Disciplines - Byrdcliffe Artist Residency
Deadline: December 20 for 5 Month Residencies, February 15 for 1 Month Residencies
Description: Byrdcliffe Artist Residencies offer uninterrupted time and space for creatives in all disciplines. Our serene mountain community is 2.5 hours north of NYC in Woodstock NY with residencies open to individuals, teams, and couples at all stages of their career. Byrdcliffe’s AiR program is particularly beneficial to those who find it restorative to live in a community environment surrounded by natural beauty. Artists are invited to participate in optional programming such as open studios, wellness workshops, studio visits, field trips, and communal dinners, or are free to work in solitude during their entire stay.

5 Month Residents live in one of Byrdcliffe’s eight private cabins as an autonomous live/work space. Each cottage varies in its size and structure and is able to accommodate 1-2 people or couples. Individuals, couples, and collaborative and non-collaborative artist teams are encouraged to apply. Byrdcliffe unfortunately is unable to accommodate children at this time.  See complete cabin listings, including photos and a floorplan, to determine individual suitability by visiting the following link: 

1 Month Residencies are offered for individuals and couples with private and communal housing available.  Each resident receives a private studio and living space. Ceramic artists are able to apply for 1, 2, or 4 month residencies. Fellowships for monthly residents available based on need and merit with funding also available for artists of the LGBTQA community and artists impacted by natural disasters.

Musicians Foundation

Mission & History

Musicians Foundation provides grants and services to professional musicians and their families in need of emergency assistance due to illness, unforeseen financial difficulties or catastrophic events that preclude them from pursuing their careers and maintaining fiscal stability.

Founded in 1914, Musicians Foundation is the country’s oldest independent nonprofit organization of its kind.

Program Activities

The majority of our grants are one-time modest amounts intended to address short-term circumstances speedily and efficiently.

The applicant must have worked as a professional musician for five or more years in the United States, currently reside in the United States, and have appropriate tax documents to prove professional status as a musician or music educator.

Grants range from approximately $500 to $3,000 depending on the applicant’s circumstance. Funding is given in the form of direct payment to medical practices, housing authorities, instrument retailers, health insurance companies and other vendors. We don’t give grants for scholarships, loans, or private unemployment benefits; we do not pay credit card bills.

A streamlined on-line application system asks the musician to fill out a simple form establishing eligibility and submit necessary financial documentation. We respond rapidly to the requests; the musician may receive the aid in a week.

In 2017 (the last audited year) we awarded $133,849 in grants to musicians. 61% of the payments were to cover rent or mortgage costs; 14% dental; 13% medical; 11% utility or car repairs; 1% for other issues.

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Workshops at Arts Mid-Hudson

AMH provides a range of experiential and creative workshops led by expert practitioners in their fields.

Check out the selection here and join us!

All workshops are located at Arts Mid-Hudson (696 Dutchess Turnpike, Suite F, Poughkeepsie) unless specified otherwise.

Workshops and Classes at Ballet Arts Studio

Ballet Arts Studio provides a variety of classes/workshops/intensives for all skill levels.

Check out the summer selection here!

Ballet Arts Studio, 107 Teller Ave, Beacon, NY 12508

Workshops at Fallkill Creative Works

Click HERE for class schedule and registration

Workshops at the Fay Wood Studio
Offerin workshops in Found Object Assemblage and other mediums.
No deadline, held from 9:30 am to 4pm
pre-registration required. PayPay accepted.
For more information; [email protected] or 845 246 7504 . 123 Market Street, Saugerties,NY
Workshops at Kaatsbaan

Kaatsbaan is thrilled to offer workshops, masterclasses, and studio visits this fall. Open to the public.


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Lessons with Leslie Bender
Private art lessons with Leslie Bender at The Shirt Factory in Kingston, NY.
Learn to draw and paint whatever you wish to learn, beginning where you are now. Drawing, perspective, volume, composition. Watercolor, pen and ink, acrylic painting. Beginner to advanced welcome.
Visit and contact: PayPal accepted.   Cell~845-670-2027
Workshops at R&F Paints

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Training with Springboard for the Arts

Based on demand for innovative models and programs, Springboard for the Arts has launched a program of national arts and community development trainings and tools. We are delighted that you have requested a practical toolkit via the Creative Exchange platform/signed up for updates about our national training opportunities.

We are excited to share that we are bringing our Intensive trainings connecting artists to community to Denver, St. Louis & Lincoln this fall. Whether you’re an artist working in community who wants to deepen your practice, or a community development professional who is looking for new authentic ways to address community challenges, we have upcoming trainings for you.

More here:

Community Development Practitioner Training – for organizers and community development professionals
October 16-18, Denver, CO,
November 6-8, St. Louis, MO
These trainings are great for professional teams and staff to attend together!

Artists Working in Community Training – for individual artists
November 13-15, Lincoln, NE

All Intensive Trainings are open for registration now, with flexible pricing based on organization size and support. Deadline for scholarship support is September 6, so apply today!

Registration and scholarships:

Workshops at Woodstock School of Art

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Art Condo

ArtCondo ( is a NYC real estate initiative founded by artists, that helps creative individuals purchase raw commercial workspaces and live/work lofts in a new way.  Fine artists, writers, dancers, musicians, designers, architects, research scientists, teachers, artisans, non-profits and more are all invited to participate.  ArtCondo gathers creative people together to form buying groups to leverage their collective buying power and cultural capital to purchase space collectively.   Each building becomes a haven protecting artists and producers from future displacement, and connecting them to surrounding communities.  Learn more and Sign up at   Contact: [email protected]

Art Storage Space

3000-6000SF of art storage space for lease in Pine Plains, NY.

The space was previously used as a storage location for Mark Matthews Gallery for five years.

The link to the online brochure is

Beacon Music Factory -Rehearsal Space

Hourly and Monthly
special daytime rates
econo packages
2-hr minimum 
Fully equipped with PAs, drum kits, bass rigs, and plenty more. 
Nice folks who mostly like to rock 
SHARE this with people.  They’ll thank you. 
How about you get in here now and make some noise: 845-765-0472

Beacon Music Factory - Workspace

It’s often downright tranquil between 9am and 3pm.

If you need a bit of inspiration, a room where you can close the door and take a call, (a room that’s not in your house), wifi to navigate, a printer to print, hallways to pace, coffee to drink, they’d be happy to have you.

If you’d like to come do your work peacefully and affordably, email Beacon Music Factory at [email protected]

Live/Work Historic Townhouse

Beautiful Live / Work Historic Townhouse

Available Now

• Fully-renovated 2,400SF four-story brick townhouse

• Union St Historic District

• Enormous parlor

• Two-and-a-half bedrooms

• Flexible living space for up to 4 people

• Light-filled attic work / storage space; ideal art studio

• Huge English-basement kitchen with granite countertops,

lots of cabinets, and heated Italian stone floor

• Two beautiful bathrooms / one with clawfoot tub

• Sliding glass doors from kitchen to patio

• Wooden privacy fence

• Parking

• Laundry

• High-efficiency heat and hot water; whole-house fans in attic

• Walk to Metro North / Amtrak and all downtown amenities—restaurants, post office, business and government offices

$2,000 / month; tenant pays utilities

Mobile: 1.646.508.5687 land:1.718.596.4505

[email protected]

Mobile: 646.508.5687 land:718.596.4505

[email protected]

Tenant Space in Poughkeepsie

First Lutheran therefore is seeking new mission partners representing non-profit agencies or programs in keeping with our vision for meeting the needs of our neighborhood and wider community. We are grateful that the office of the Executive Director of Habitat will remain anchored in North Poughkeepsie so ideally we seek partners who will be compatible with the goals of Habitat and First Lutheran’s commitment to serve our Poughkeepsie neighbors.

Available space includes:
   On the ground floor – a shared conference room, fully equipped kitchen, and bathroom, plus 2 private offices, and both a front and back entrance. This floor is handicap accessible.
   On the second floor – 3 private offices (one large enough to function as a conference room) and two full bathrooms.
   Private staff parking at the rear of the building (access via alleyway off Mill Street).

We anticipate that this space will be available on or about October 1, 2019. (This date could be negotiated.) We would require tenants to have their own liability insurance. Please share this information with your networks.

Further details and visits to 45 Catharine Street may be arranged by contacting First Lutheran’s President, Beth Collins, at: [email protected] or by leaving a message at the church office: Tel. 845-452-6050.

Live/Work Space in Verbank

A large light filled house on a two acre lot in a quiet neighborhood. There are two rooms, private bathroom, shared kitchen/dining room/laundry. Own car port space.

Indoor cat is fine. Dogs have to be discussed due to the tick issue. Price is negotiable.

Finished basement with half bathroom.Great music studio/dance space/storage/office. 1092 sq ft $600 a month including utilities.

Call 845 677 5871 for more information.